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This Week’s Marketing Heroes
Tools to help Recycle your Content
- ~If you’ve created a video on a topic, then you can make quote images based on quoting it
- ~Licecap – You can use this tool to make a GIF screenshot for walkthroughs and tutorials
- ~GifBrewery – Turn videos into GIFs
- ~Speech Pad –Transcribe your audio for $1 a minute, great way to get text content from your videos.
Resources for Repurposing Content
Content Marketing Tip: Turn your business presentations into blog posts or videos for your followers and advocates. – Megan Pritts
Video is the richest original form of content. You can blog it, slice it into images, makequote images, transcript it, and more. – Jeremy Rivera
Repurpose old whitepapers as webinars for your G+ followers. Then you can post them on @SlideShare! – Megan Pritts
My favorite is pulling 3-5 year old post I wrote and critiquing, it’s mostly internal repurposing but can be shared out – Chris Bawden
Use your site analytics to to determine common threads in your most popular posts and then applying them to your recycled post. – Megan Pritts
Use Mechanical Turk, Craigslist or college students to make transcriptions of your videos – Jeremy Rivera
Content Recycling: A to Z by Manya Chylinski
Use info from Google Trends http://www.google.com/trends/. You can also use Google’s search data to spice up your old content
Content recycling tip: read through your old blog comments for ideas on how to rework the post to make it better Megan Pritts
When I run plagiarism checks, if certain posts are taken often then I’ll try to write more on that topic in same style. – Chris Bawden
Turn old content into a @SlideShare presentation and embed it into a post or on LinkedIn
Use a Ghost writer like email@example.com to turn your blog into a Amazon publishable eBook
Canva – Social Media Images
Update: I recently became aware of a new tool called Canva. It’s is simple, drag-and-drop, design software that’s completely online and free to use.
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